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  • News - 26 Jan 2010
    The Chinese government, large retailers and the Chinese packaging industry are increasingly setting high value on the environmental aspects of packaging materials for food, beverage and other consumer...
  • News - 27 Apr 2009
    As the economic slide continues, Americans are focused on preserving their assets and protecting their household budgets. And when it comes to their vehicles, Americans now look at their cars as...
  • News - 3 Apr 2009
    Wine glasses that don't shatter? Baby bottles that don't break? Coffee mugs that last generations? All are possible with a new process for strengthening glass and ceramics developed by an...
  • News - 23 Dec 2008
    Over the last 60 years, ever-smaller generations of transistors have driven exponential growth in computing power. Could molecules, each turned into miniscule computer components, trigger even...
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    North Ridge Pumps are an independent manufacturer and distributor of pumps. We are closely associated with DMS who have operated within the building services, district heating, process and renewable...
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    For more than 80 years, Saint-Gobain Crystals has been devoted to a single, defining mission: to engineer diverse, high-quality materials that transform technologies and empower a better...
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    Background Analytical Industries Inc. was founded by individuals whose entire work experience centered on the design, manufacture and application of electrochemical galvanic fuel cell type oxygen...
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    FluxTeq is a leading manufacturer and international provider of heat flux sensors/transducers. FluxTeq's PHFS product line was developed as the first ever thin-film, inexpensive heat flux...
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    Whatever you need for quality testing and material analysis, QATM has it all: As a manufacturer of high-quality machines for materialography (metallography) and hardness testing, we offer the most...
  • News - 18 Aug 2008
    University of Utah physicists successfully controlled an electrical current using the "spin" within electrons – a step toward building an organic "spin transistor": a plastic...